Laborer (Current Employee) – Little Canada, MN – May 25, 2015
Ram is a good company, co-workers are friendly and helpful. The hardest part of the job is heights. The start of day would be stretches, then delegation of the work load. Depending on job, walking up and down scaffold many times a day. Going onto outriggers to apply product onto the building
Ram owned Overlook at Gwinette Stadium,an apartment complex
Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 27, 2014
In the morning I would pick up work orders and split them with the 3 other men. I always learned never to take advantage of a good thing. The management team and I always got along well. My co workers thought I was a little tough until I reminded them there could be someone here tougher. I respected them and likewise. I think the hardest part of the job was the dumpster when people moved in or out.They always left big things outside of the dumpster, sometimes I would clean it myself or my co-workers would help. The staff and I was able to go home for lunch because I also lived on property. It was a very nice property.
eating lunch with my wife
picing up dog fecis, some people would walk there big dogs when we were all in the house for the night.
Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Hampton, VA – October 24, 2013
A typical day always started out responding to our clients needs in solving any issues they had with their property (residential, commercial and various municipalities). Everyday was a new challenge interacting with our clients and always remembering that their overall satisfaction was top priority. Co-workers were team players knowing that at the end of the day was about productivity.
Everyone worked together to make sure things ranned smooth.
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – October 3, 2012
I learned a lot about RAMs. I learned that it is important to have everyone doing their assigned other wise things may not go as smooth. Customers are always going to have questions and I need top always have the answers.
Data collector (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – August 26, 2012
collecting data on military systems while dealing with the elements. Working with the co-workers was a pleasure which sometimes included soldiers. Management was easy to deal with but the hardest part was the long hours. As data collectors, you were to expect to work fourteen to sixteen hours a day. At the same time dealing with insects, the extreme heat and having long exposures to the sun.
extremely long hours with little time to sleep between shifts.
General Clerk / Data Collector (Former Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – May 18, 2012
Long hours out in the field. Constant working with soldiers. Co-workers were great. A diverse group. Immediate supervisor was great. The higher management often forget about the lower employees. Enjoyed working with soldiers.
tdy and extra money
higher management, didnt take care of lower employees
Expo/Busser/Host (Current Employee) – Olympia, WA – May 18, 2012
Start off with stocking my section with much needed inventory, followed with delivery of food to quests tables. management is nice and easy to talk to. As long as procedures are followed, daily work is easy to accomplish.